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Posted by Alphonse on Friday, November 23, 2012 at 12:02am.

A 19.5 gram, 56.3 centimeter long steel guitar string is vibrating in its fourth harmonic.  It induces a standing wave in a nearby 48.6 centimeter metal pipe open at one end.  The standing sound wave in the pipe corresponds to the pipe's fundamental frequency.
 
What is the tension on the steel guitar 'string'?  (in Newtons)

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